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Hassells History of the Church of God - Chapter 10
This statement is in accordance with the following tract, sent me by Mr. H. A. Tupper, of Richmond, Secretary of the Board of Southern Baptist Foreign Missions:
Dr. Henry Allen Tupper was ...
Dr. Henry Allen Tupper was head of our Foreign Mission Board from 1872 to 1893.During his years, the "controversial" action was begun to start the Woman's Missionary Union.In responding to the talk about the role of women, over 100 years ago, Dr. Tupper said, "it is wiser to stimulate the men than to restrain the women."I think he was right then and now.
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Dr. H. A. Tupper left Washington to become secretary of the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Dr. Henry Tupper former ...
Dr. Henry Tupper former President of the SBC Foreign Mission Board said, "Our age is the only one in the world's history when God's people have attempted to spread the truth over the face of the earth.This is because ours is the only age in which have existed the providential conditions possible.These conditions are: access to all peoples, means sufficient for enterprise and people that are free."He said this in 1891!
Folks, everything Jesus did during His
ministry was cutting edge!Because He
was not religiously dignified - He
came close to being killed.He
went to the lepers, to the Samaritans, to sinners!Some at the IRS
method of reaching out was so cutting edge that He
was attacked by the religious folks!His
message of reaching out was so cutting edge that some thought He
was demon possessed!
Letters to H. A. Tupper, ...
Letters to H. A. Tupper, Corresponding Secretary of the Foreign Mission Board of the SBC (and brother-in-law of James P. Boyce), between 1873 and 1893.
These letters include both public (for publication) and private, often very candid, correspondence; 2.
Articles written for and published in The Foreign Mission Journal; 3.
Correspondence, both public and private, with R. J. Willingham, successor to H. A. Tupper, 1893-1912; and, 4.